Monday, September 21, 2009

Sticks and Stones--Part 2: They're at it again!

I'm noticing a pattern. If you've read my posts from last month, you can see that I had pointed out a bad habit of the new administration and their affiliated political party: name calling. As childish as it may sound, the Democrat party has been using this tactic for decades and the latest president is proving to be no better. With support for Socialized Medicine dropping (along with Obama's approval numbers), the Dems bring out an old friend, Jimmy Carter, to dish out some hate and throw down the race card (by the way, isn't it ironic that the Old Jimmy Carter has been called out to save the New Jimmy Carter?). Now, once again, if you have any disagreements with Dr. Obama's plans, you are fueled by racism against our first black president (or should I say half-black president? Then I can only be considered half-racist. Ha). I had disagreements with the Bush administration; does that make me racist against the white race? No, no. According the democrats at that time, I was a patriot!

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Goes Around/Comes Around--Part 2:Government Schools

There was quite an uproar last week due to Obama's address to the school children. To all those upset that the President would dare subject our children to such a horror I have something to ask: what did you expect? The public school systems are, by nature, government run. Indoctrination is merely a stone's throw away from government schools. If you happen to take a look at the writings of men like Carl Marx, you will find that taking the schools via the government is one of the top ten essentials to a Socialistic Society. On the other hand, I am very proud of the American people and their stand against the Administration. Given the outcry, Obama was forced to change his approach in dealing with the youngsters of America and gave a message of encouragement anyone could be proud of. If only we could say that his actions backed his words (any good parent knows that a 'Do as I say and not as I do' approach to teaching is the worst thing you can give children). Oh, well.